3at the time. If you will come and say a few words about Emerson, any thing you like, we will "make an immortal Emerson night of it", even though we cannot have the sequoias with us.I know you do not often make public speeches - and I do not ask a speech on this occasion - just a fifteen minute talk; and I urge this not so much in my own name or the name of the Trustees, (of whom our friend Mr. Upham is one) as inMr. Stebbins, and has spoken in this very pulpit in San Francisco.Now my plan is to have a special meeting, a public meeting, on Sunday evening May 24th in the church, and make as much of the occasion as possible. To do that we need especially two men, admirers of Emerson, one of whom, Pres. Jordan, has already consented, with enthusiasm, to speak; and the other, Mr. Muir, who writes so delightfully about Emerson's visit to Yosemite and the impression the great philosopher made upon him. President Wheeler would speak but will be east
1903 Mar 9
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